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Published on July 29th, 2019 | by gareth

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Vertical Horizon to Rock SeaWorld

             JEFFERSON STARSHIP ROCKS OUT AT SEAWORLD THIS WEEKEND  Legendary band performs two free concerts on Saturday and Sunday

WHAT:  Legendary rockers Jefferson Starship will take the stage at SeaWorld this weekend as part of SeaWorld’s summer concert series, with two free shows on Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 31 and Sept. 1).  The live concerts, which are included with park admission, will be performed at 2 and 5 p.m. at SeaWorld’s outdoor Nautilus Amphitheater. Then, guests can stay after the concert and enjoy the final weekend of the park’s summer nighttime extravaganza Electric Ocean, featuring special shows, lighting installations, fireworks and dance parties.  WHEN:               Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 31 and Sept. 1) at 2 and 5 p.m.

WHERE:            Nautilus Amphitheater, SeaWorld San Diego
DETAILS:  Featuring founding member Paul Kantner, Jefferson Starship is descended from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and is a 2016 GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.

Nautilus Amphitheater will open one hour prior to performance, and seating will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Concerts are included with park admission.  The best way to experience SeaWorld’s summer concerts, and all the park has to offer all year long, is with a SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass. For a limited time, the SoCal Pass, which offers 12 months of admission with no blockout dates plus free general parking, is just $6.24 per month.  

JESSE MCCARTNEY PERFORMS AT SEAWORLD THIS WEEKEND  Two free concerts on Saturday and Sunday

WHAT:  Pop singer Jesse McCartney will perform this weekend as part of SeaWorld’s summer concert series, with two free shows on Saturday and Sunday         (Aug. 24–25).  The live concerts, which are included with park admission, will be performed at 1 and 5 p.m. at SeaWorld’s outdoor Nautilus Amphitheater. Then, guests can stay after the concert and enjoy the park’s summer nighttime extravaganza Electric Ocean, featuring special shows, lighting installations and dance parties.    WHEN:               Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 24–25) at 1 and 5 p.m.

WHERE:            Nautilus Amphitheater, SeaWorld San Diego
DETAILS:  Jesse McCartney has had a successful solo career spanning over a decade and a half. His first hit song was “Beautiful Soul,” the title track of his platinum debut album. Subsequent Top 40 hits include “She’s No You,” “Right Where You Want Me,” “Leavin’” “How Do You Sleep,” ”Body Language” and “Shake.” His recent singles “Better with You” and “Wasted” launched his sold-out summer and winter tours in 2018 and 2019.

SeaWorld’s summer concert lineup continues with:  Aug. 31–Sept. 1: Jefferson Starship (classic rock; 2 & 5 pm.)
Nautilus Amphitheater will open one hour prior to performance, and seating will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Concerts are included with park admission.  The best way to experience SeaWorld’s summer concerts, and all the park has to offer all year long, is with a SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass. For a limited time, the SoCal Pass, which offers 12 months of admission with no blockout dates plus free general parking, is just $6.24 per month

 

Nice to see them adding more concerts.

SUMMER IS HEATING UP AT SEAWORLD
WITH NEW SURPRISE SUMMER-WEEKEND CONCERTS
Alternative rock band Vertical Horizon kicks off series
with two free shows a day Aug. 3 and 4

WHAT: Summer just got even hotter at SeaWorld, with the announcement of a new summer weekend-concert series, kicking off with alternative rock band Vertical Horizon. Best known for their hit song, “Everything You Want,” (Billboard’s Most Played Single in 2000), Vertical Horizon will perform two free shows a day at SeaWorld’s outdoor Nautilus Amphitheater on Aug. 3 and 4. The remaining artists for SeaWorld’s summer concert series (which will continue on weekends through Sept. 1) will be announced soon.
WHEN: 1 and 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Aug. 3 to Sept. 1, 2019

WHERE: Nautilus Amphitheater, SeaWorld San Diego
DETAILS: Vertical Horizon was founded in the early 1990s by undergraduate students from Georgetown University. With lead singer and founding member Matthew Scannell as frontman, Vertical Horizon recorded several indie albums before being signed to RCA in 1998.
Nautilus Amphitheater will open one hour prior to performance, and seating will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Concerts are included with park admission.
The best way to experience SeaWorld’s summer concerts, and all the park has to offer all year long, is with a SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass. For a limited time, the SoCal Pass, which offers 12 months of admission with no blockout dates plus free general parking, is just $6.24 per month, plus down payment.

 

Here are more great things coming.

What’s happening at SeaWorld San Diego:

SeaWorld Inside Look returns the first two weekends in September with special opportunities focused “Animal Care: See What the Vets See,” including behind-the-scenes access at several areas, including the hospital and rescue areas of SeaWorld’s Animal Health and Rescue Center, a behind-the-scenes beluga whale pool and an above-view of the orca pools. Inside Look, which is open to any park visitor and is included with park admission, will take place Sept. 7–8 and Sept. 14–15.

On Sept. 21, SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular kicks off, with 10 free trick or treat stations, the Sesame Street Halloween Parade, Clyde & Seamore’s Big Halloween Bash sea lion and otter show and more. New this year: guests can use a special scavenger hunt map to find ocean-inspired pumpkins throughout the park. Halloween Spooktacular continues on Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 27.

SeaWorld park description:

Spread across 190 acres on beautiful Mission Bay Park, SeaWorld is known for spectacular animal shows, interactive attractions, aquariums, rides and education programs for all ages:

Animal attractions include Orca Encounter, a live documentary-style presentation with a Pacific Northwest-themed backdrop at SeaWorld’s main orca pool, reflecting the natural world of killer whales; Turtle Reef, 280,000-gallon turtle aquarium, interactive game, touch-screen turtle map and ride; Shark Encounter with nearly a dozen species of sharks; Penguin Encounter with nearly 400 penguins representing six species; Otter Outlook, featuring rescued California sea otters swimming and foraging in their habitat; and Wild Arctic with beluga whales, walruses and seals.

Shows include Sea Lions LIVE, a hilarious sketch-based comedy show starring California sea lions Clyde and Seamore; and Dolphin Days, featuring bottlenose dolphins and a pilot whale.

Rides include the world’s first horizontal, infinity-loop coaster, Tidal Twister; Electric Eel, San Diego’s tallest and fastest roller coaster; Manta, a multi-media, double-launch coaster; Journey to Atlantis, a wet and wild water coaster; and Shipwreck Rapids water raft ride.

Location, hours and information:

From I-5, exit SeaWorld Drive. (619) 222-4SEA; for hours, check website: SeaWorldSanDiego.com

Tickets:

Admission for ages 10 and older is $91.99; for ages 3–9, $86.99; children under 3, free. Check website for current offers on single-day tickets and Annual Passes.

 

August 2019

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: SeaWorld’s summer-weekend concert lineup is hotter than ever, with free live concerts performed twice a day at SeaWorld’s outdoor Nautilus Amphitheater on Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. 1. Featured this weekend will be country artist Craig Morgan (Aug. 10–11). The lineup continues with Journey tribute band Never Stop Believin,’ Aug. 17–18; pop singer Jesse McCartney, Aug. 24–25; and classic rock band Jefferson Starship, Aug. 31–Sept. 1. Concerts are at 1 and 5 p.m. (with the exception of Jefferson Starship, who will perform at 2 and 5 p.m.). Venue opens one hour prior to performance, and seating is granted on a first-come, first-served basis.

TOP 10 WAYS TO BEAT THE HEAT AT AQUATICA: With summer temperatures starting to rise, visitors can beat the heat at Aquatica SeaWorld’s Waterpark with these Top 10 tips: 1. Float along Loggerhead Lane, Aquatica’s 1,250-foot lazy river; 2. Grab a friend or go it alone on Kiwi Curl, a 60-foot tall water slide with choice or single or double tubes; 3. Take a dip in Big Surf Shores, with more than 500,000 gallons of water and swells up to 6 feet; 4. Enjoy your favorite flavor of Italian Ice (mango, lemon, watermelon or blue raspberry); 5. Choose life in the fast lane on Taumata Racer, a high-speed racing water slide; 6. Take a turn on Walhalla Wave, a 78-foot raft ride designed for families or friends to enjoy together; 7. Reserve a cabana and enjoy the good life, with private resort-pool access, a separate entrance to Loggerhead Lane and the option to have food delivered; 8. Plunge down a 75-foot water slide in a multi-person raft before dropping into a six-story funnel on Tassie’s Twister; 9. Be the coolest person in the park and reserve the Flamingo Encounter, an up-close and personal experience with Aquatica’s flock of Caribbean flamingos; 10. If all else fails, this will surely do the trick: park yourself underneath the giant bucket at Walkabout Waters and get doused with 500 gallons of refreshing water! Aquatica is open daily through Sept. 2; weekends Sept. 7–Oct. 6.

SATURDAY NIGHTS SHINE BRIGHT: SeaWorld summer nights shine even brighter on Saturdays, as the park presents fireworks every Saturday through Aug. 31 (plus an extra show on Sunday, Sept. 1). SeaWorld’s fireworks take place at 10 p.m. and can be enjoyed from multiple vantage points inside the park.

INSIDE LOOK IS BACK AT SEAWORLD! Animal lovers will get the unique chance to look behind-the-scenes at the inspiring day-to-day care SeaWorld San Diego animal experts provide, with the return of the popular program Inside Look, this time focusing on “Animal Care: See What the Vets See.”  During two weekends in September, park guests can get special, behind-the-scenes access at several areas, including the hospital and rescue areas of SeaWorld’s Animal Health and Rescue Center, a behind-the-scenes beluga whale pool and an above-view at the orca pools. Participants will get to meet SeaWorld animal experts and veterinarians, as well as SeaWorld’s partners from Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and Project Wildlife. SeaWorld Inside Look, which is open to any park visitor and is included with park admission, will take place Sept. 7–8 and Sept. 14–15.

 

SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass! The best way to experience all that SeaWorld has to offer all year long is with a SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass. For a limited time, the SoCal Pass, which offers 12 months of admission with no blockout dates plus free general parking, is just $6.24 per month, plus down payment.

 

 

NEVER STOP BELIEVIN’ ROCKS SEAWORLD THIS WEEKEND
Journey tribute band plays to free concerts on Saturday and Sunday
WHAT: Never Stop Believin,’ a Journey tribute band, will perform this weekend as
part of SeaWorld’s summer concert series, with two free shows on Saturday
and Sunday (Aug. 17–18). The live concerts, which are included with park
admission, will be performed at 1 and 5 p.m. at SeaWorld’s outdoor Nautilus
Amphitheater. Then, guests can stay after the concert and enjoy the park’s
summer nighttime extravaganza Electric Ocean, featuring special shows,
lighting installations and dance parties.
WHEN: Saturdays and Sundays, through Sept. 1, 2019
WHERE: Nautilus Amphitheater, SeaWorld San Diego
DETAILS: SeaWorld’s summer concert lineup continues with:
 Aug. 24–25: Jesse McCartney (pop)
 Aug. 31–Sept. 1: Jefferson Starship (classic rock; 2 & 5 pm.)
Nautilus Amphitheater will open one hour prior to performance, and seating
will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Concerts are included with
park admission.
The best way to experience SeaWorld’s summer concerts, and all the park has
to offer all year long, is with a SeaWorld Silver “SoCal” Annual Pass. For a
limited time, the SoCal Pass, which offers 12 months of admission with no
blockout dates plus free general parking, is just $6.24 per month.

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